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Bond from Henry Eustace McCulloh for performance as Collector of the Port of Roanoke
McCulloh, Henry Eustace, d. ca. 1810; Walker, John
May 19, 1764
Volume 06, Pages 1045-1046

[From MSS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]

North Carolina—ss.

Know all men by these presents That We Henry Eustace McCulloh Collector of Port Roanoke and John Walker of Brunswick County Gentlemen—are Jointly and severally held and firmly bound unto our Sovereign Lord King George the Third his heirs and Successors for the use of the public of this province, in the sum of Five hundred pounds proclamation money, To be paid to our said Sovereign Lord the King his heirs and successors as aforesaid, for which payment to be well and truly made We bind ouselves our heirs Executors and Admrs & every of them Jointly and Severally Firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals and Dated this 19th day of May 1764.

The Condition of the above obligation is such That Whereas the above bounden Henry Eustace McCulloh is this day appointed by His Excellency the Governor, Receiver of the Duties arising on Wine Rum and other distilled Liquors hereafter to be Imported either by Land or Water into any part of the District of Port Roanoke, Now if the said Henry Eustace McCulloh Do and shall

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honestly faithfully and justly Execute the Office of Receiver of the Import or Duty aforesaid, and also Do and shall fully account for and pay all such sum or sums of money by him to be so received and accounted for, to the public Treasurer of the Northern District for the time being, annually upon Oath, according to the true Intent and Meaning of the Laws of this province, Deducting after fully accounting for and paying the same as aforesaid, Five per cent for his trouble therein, Then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to be & remain in full force & Virtue.

Signed sealed & Delivered
in the presence of us
Alex. Duncan
Malcom Brown